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I agree with you on not seeing any problem in it, mostly because I judge people based on their actions, attitudes and morals rather than their sexuality. Hell I don't see any problem in it being legal at all
its not an issue. You retarded americans think that this is a debate. just bring gay marriage in, make every aspect of their lives equal to everybody else. Then when they complain or ask for something extra tell them to fuck off.
But isn't it an issue though? I mean, Europe is far more progressive than the U.S. I wish I lived in Europe. But right now, I live in the U.S. and getting equality for my friends, family, and myself is very important to me.
almost everything is equal in europe now, exept equal payment on jobs with men getting payed more than women who do the same work and hours. we still need to sort that out. Everything else is fine in europe
A while back, I would have gone berserk over the notion. Two years later, I'm a transexual lesbian. XD
Anyway, if two people want to spend their lives with eachother, who is anyone to judge? It's their lives. Their choice. And just because it's "In the bible", doesn't justify any conservative attempts at banning something that doesn't even affect them.
Quite possibly, but in recent news the gay rights movement has gain much more traction. And with new variables such as social networking sites, you can't really judge the length of time before it becomes somewhat acceptable off of the example of the Civil Rights movement. I guessed ten years not for approval per say, but for the idea to at least become widely accepted by the majority.
True, but the right for gays/lesbians/transgenders to marry should be an option. Like you said, "Everyone has the right to decide for themselves which path in life they want to take so how is this any different?"
Any excuse for an argument here. I mean seriously, how does Roe v Wade have anything to do with the current gay marriage case beyond the democrats supporting it? And even then most of the democrats from back then have moved on so it's not even the same people.